The CBN news time 652. What happened last night and Ferguson Missouri let's get an updates CBS news correspondent Steve government. Is live in Ferguson this morning. Good morning it was another quiet night's second straight relatively calm night in Ferguson last night seven -- -- The night before six somewhere so things have really come down their war people marching chanting but their numbers are are much lower and that. The number of police on the street was for lower yesterday and -- just seemed to be at different mood. Maybe it's that people just you know worn out they're out there are there emotions and that they just don't have the energy to march every night. But there's definitely a change and that. They even help in the the street last night at the street worthy demonstrations have been taking place since they -- again it's been blocked off -- at -- -- bailout through traffic to go. To go look through and it just gives another indication of that that things are beginning to change. -- -- although Lucas and problems aren't over this aspect of this issue that is becoming sort of -- moot point. But Steve we hear that right now the Saint Louis area was delaying your with a few ways of RO local folks that are promote certain -- hopeful this will contribute to may be trouble this weekend. You know you can never make any predictions. And of course the the weekend comes another people who work we were to come down there. It might come down as well is there a way to make predictions that the key thing that officials are saying that they're hoping that nothing. New comes up that will get people upset remember last Friday we can go today the police released that video. Of Michael brown and neck and the well what is believed to be Michael brown and convenience store publicly taking some cigars I believe. And many people thought that was just totally and there was that the supporters of Michael Brown called the character assessment assassination but that many people upset as long as we don't have something like that happen -- work. Something similar to that happen. I think police are fairly confident that that you're gonna be OK this we -- Is there -- some worry though about Monday they could be a flash point Mondays the funeral of Michael Brown granma. Immediate flashpoint in the Al sharpton's two. That's right he will be deeply that it -- that the main eulogy at the at the church. The church is not that close to Ferguson felt so that you're gonna be that different area I think the the police still overall. He'll that the worst is probably over unless there's something else that's sparked just a lot of anger. Do you one last question for -- any news at all. Leaking out of these grand jury or proceedings looking for evidence in the police shooting of Michael Brown. -- a -- too -- for that world it'll be a reporter were all hoping for leaks it's actually true that the injury. -- just beginning your evidence yesterday and we we're told is going to be sometime before -- all the evidence. This square injury essentially meet once a week so it's not going to be -- elite saying. When people your ticket to October I think you'll want to my goodness they're meeting every day you know eight. It basically what a week they might except that you quite shall we recruit we can we need to -- That that the schedule right now I don't think much -- or the week out -- recent the first stage. Or so there is some concern amongst. Supporters of Michael Brown they can now like the county prosecutor here he. Is that the Bob McCullough and that they feel that he is not the right person to lead the investigation. His father was a police officer who was killed on duty. Quiet African American church and the people who support Michael broke straight there's too many similarities to -- to that in into the incidents. And that they just don't feel that right person however. Here are actually presenting the evidence of the grand jury yet -- -- he's doing that and one of those deputies insult to African American. All right Steve thank you for the update this morning. Take care that CBS news correspondent Steve fadiman lines in Ferguson Missouri.